"A shocking data that surfaced is that 27 Rohingya families and a total of 198 Rohingyas are living in Jammu Tehsil and all of them have mobile numbers. You need valid documents like Aadhaar for obtaining mobile numbers," he told ANI.
"This means these people have fake documents or they are being supported by local people who are providing them mobile SIM cards. Government is aware of the families owning these SIM cards and can easily find out on whose name these are registered, but they are not treating the matter seriously," he added.
Terming it "a matter of serious concern," Choudhari further said that the authorities need to find out how the SIM cards were obtained, given the Rohingya do not have any documents of citizenship. (ANI)